Tuesday’s Wooden Watch

Tuesday’s Wooden Watch

Wesley Johnson had 13 points, five rebounds, four assists and four blocks to lead the #1 Orangemen to their second Big East outright title with an 85-66 win over St. John’s. The Iowa State transfer made five of ten shots from the field and all three free throws.

Evan Turner had his 14th double-double of the season as #7 Ohio State knocked off Illinois 73-57. The junior made seven of 16 shots from the field and both three-pointers as he finished with 16 points, twelve rebounds and five assists.

Villanova senior Scottie Reynolds led the #9 Wildcats with a 77-73 win over Cincinnati. He sealed the victory with two free throws in the closing seconds. Reynolds finished with 17 points and five assists as he made three of six shots from the field, three of five from three-point range and eight of nine from the charity stripe.

Matt Bouldin of #14 Gonzaga had 15 points, six rebounds and four assists as the Bulldogs defeated Cal State Bakersfield 78-59. He made five of eleven shots from the floor, two of six three-point attempts and all three free throws.

Manny Harris of Michigan finished with 22 points, two rebounds, three assists and three steals as the Wolverines knocked off Minnesota 83-55. He was eight of twelve from the field, two of two from three-point range and all four free throws.

Trevor Booker of Clemson had 21 points, nine caroms, five assists and three blocked shots to lead the Tigers to a 91-81 win over Georgia Tech. He made eight of eleven shots from the field and four of eleven from the line. The win gave Clemson their 21st win of the season and guaranteed them a winning record in the ACC

Ed Davis from North Carolina was sidelined with injuries and did not play the Tar Heels’ win on Tuesday.

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